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the bizarre case. hi, sam. reporter: hey, bill and kayla, standing on the abandoned property, toni hearne and linsey lentz are facing murder and failure to report a death charges. this is where investigators say they tried to hide the body. this happened around 11:30 when neighbors spotted a vehicle they didn't recognize on the property. the sheriff's office was called and questioned and detained both of them. other investigators were called to the scene, that's when they found the body of 71-year-old robert hearn junior. the body was covered in leaves, tires and planks. the uncle of one of the suspects. both were charged with failure to report a death, the sheriff was thankful this was called in. >> we have some excellent citizens that live in this area, that makes me feel good tht the party took time to
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no one at this property, that vehicle didn't look right. reporter: no word on the cause of death at this point or where the murder took place. investigators say they'll take a closer look at the vehicle to get a better idea of what happened here. reporting in alexander county, sam smith, fox 46 wjzy. bill: sam, thank you, definitely glad the folks decided to call it in when it looks suspicious. more at 10:00. kayla: to a story you will only see on fox 46. it has to do with the five people recovering today after being injured in four separate unrelated shootings across charlotte las you can imagine, it's shaken the community and left many wondering what can be done? robin kanady found out a plan is in the works to help reach young kids to try and curb violence. hi, robin. reporter: hi, kayla. you might remember that program
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it was a series of community meetings between police and community members, particularly the african-american community. well, the group that started that program is back, and now we have a new mission. you'll see it in this exclusive story. jake jacobs isn't just a barber. >> tools. you can go up to the barber and talk about anything. reporter: that's what people do with jake, including kids. >> takes a village, this is what we're pushing in the barber shop. a community village relations center. reporter: the sheriff's office has grown tired of seen violence, like tuesday night, five people shot, four separate cases, the kind of crime people say happens often. >> a whole lot more gunshots. people i know last several years, three people killed on our side of town, and hearing gunshots and things through the
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nothing strange. reporter: they're trying to reach younger kids, ages 4-10. jake and a team of barbers is about to start a new initiative called literacy with a purpose. >> we're going to build bookcases and put them in the shop, let kids come in and read. reporter: they'll have trained mentors, maybe famous ones, like former nfl players to spend times with the kids, not just evaluating reading skills but finding out what's going on in their lives. >> not just paying us for a hair cut and you're gone. we want to be involved with total community involvement. reporter: letting kids know they care, hoping they'll see a different way, away from crime and violence. now let me give you an update on those four shootings overnight. police tell me they did make one arrest, but they say that suspect is not connected to any of the actual shootings, so
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are in custody at this time. we're live at cmpd headquarters. kayla: thank you, interesting idea. the north carolina local barber association plans to officially kick off the literacy with a purpose initiative on april 16th. bill: if you've been outside, it is an absolutely gorgeous day in the queen city. the sun is shining bright, the temperatures in the mid 70s. so nice we're changing it up tonight. chief meteorologist brian basham is joining us live from uptown because it's so perfect. >> if it stays like, this i promise you i will never, ever go back. in hanging out with buddies. what's your name? >> anthony graham. brian: and some are. >> caden smith. >> what are you looking forward to the most? >> i don't know. brian: it's all new to you, are
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brian: what have you got in >> a basketball. brian: did they give it to you or buy it. >> had to buy it. brian: how many times you have been to a ball game? >> this is my first time. >> i'm excited. >> my birthday. be. >> 11. brian: i thought you were 20, man. you look strong. >> yeah. brian: what position. >> power forward and center. brian: who's going to win the game tonight? >> i don't know. brian: what do you mean? are you a hornets fan? >> yes, but i like anthony davis. brian: quick look at your weather, if you're thinking about hanging out with these guys tonight, it feels great. we are seeing a few 70s, dry outside, feeling really, really good, and if you're thinking about stepping out at any time here over the next seven hours
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going to see the temperatures hanging in the 60s and sitting about 66 at 7:00 and dropping slowly throughout the night. listen, guys, stick around, a great forecast in another ten minutes. we'll show you how nice it's going to be over the next few days and jump inside the building here, and we're going to take a look around. big exciting night as the hornets take on the pelicans. back to you guys. bill: brian, don't have too much fun. check in with you shortly. to a fox 46 update. the driver accused of hitting and killing a woman after a panthers playoff game is officially charged with second-degree murder. you might remember in january, kelli putnam was walking along south boulevard when she was hit and killed by a car. putnam was pronounced dead on the scene. wheeling faces charges of driving while impaired as well as death by vehicle. kayla: the search continues for 15-year-old dixie may bailey.
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police say she could be heading to atlanta. she's pictured on your screen. 5'4" with blue eyes and brown hair with orange streaks in it. you are asked to call 911 if you know anything about her disappearance. bill: to another fox 46 follow-up. police documents revealing the apparent motive behind the murder of 82-year-old mother allegedly killed by her own son in 2014. irwin feldman appeared for a bond hearing. he killed his own mom in 2014. search warrants state the motive behind the murder could have been financial gain. police learned of a life insurance policy for feldman that irwin was the beneficiary of. and other family members had no idea it existed. when feldman reported his mom's death, he told officers the home was ran sacked and she was beaten. kayla: investigation is under way after a school nurse found a marijuana substance in a
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rock hill police say it was found at the child development center on east black street yesterday afternoon. officers say the substance looked like a marijuana hash oil paste and did test positive for thc. nurse told officers none of the children claimed ownership of the drug. no charges have been filed. bill: pretty big news out of chester county tonight where, a detention center officer is accused of having an inappropriate relationship with an inmate. that's according to arrest warrants we got our hands on today. we've been talking to deputies about what they believe happened and what's being done about it? reporter: the chester county sheriff's office tells me they had to act quickly after hearing one of their employees had sexual encounter with an inmate. dominiece white is accused of meeting an inmate in a kitchen pantry and getting involved in an inappropriate encounter. the arrest warrant states it happened on march 5th.
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hold all employees it a high standard and this is troubling to find out. >> again, this was an unfortunate incident. again, once we find out about it, we jumped on it very quickly. that we had to do and did have to charge one of our law officers. reporter: white was arrested and later released. charged with misconduct in office. white has since then been fired from the job. we went by her house to get her side of the story. she wasn't home and family members did not want to go on camera, but the family believes the accusation is not true, though the sheriff's office says there is surveillance video. >> i think justice should be served. reporter: white has been work here for five years before she was let go from her position. her duties as a detention officer to supervise officers
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inmates both pretrial and sentenced. >> i hope the public has faith we're going to do our job correctly. reporter: fox 46 wjzy. bill: now the sheriff's office wouldn't talk about whether or not white had any disciplinary issues in the past because this is still an ongoing investigation. however, her family says they do plan on hiring an attorney to try to fight this. kayla: still to come, controversy continues. now people across the state are weighing in on charlotte's nondiscrimination ordinance. bill: there's a growing need for spanish speaking 911 operators. you'll see how cmpd is there are two democratic visions for regulating wall street. one says it's okay to take millions from big banks and then tell them what to do. my plan -- break up the big banks, close the tax loopholes, and make them pay their fair share. then we can expand health care to all, and provide universal college education.
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will they begin to play by the rules if i'm president? you better believe it.
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. bill: all right, welcome back. so it's the debate that seems to keep going, and is obviously far from over. tonight a number of north carolina residents believe state lawmakers should in fact overturn charlotte's nondiscrimination ordinance. according to a poll from wral, 36% of participants say the general assembly should overturn that ordinance. another 30% say lawmakers should let charlotte voters decide by declaring a referendum on the issue. only 27% say legislators should leave the ordinance as it is. 8% say they're unsure. the controversial part of the ordinance allows transgender people to use the bathroom they feel most comfortable. 1st.
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barriers at cmpd, they are working to do. they have just four bilingual 911 operators and believe with the city's fast pace growth more spanish speakers are needed. caroline fountain is joining us with more why this is needed and how can you help, good evening, caroline. reporter: right now, when people called who don't speak english, they're left thinking that 911 dispatchers are hanging up on them. when, in fact, they're trying to get an interpreter on the line. cmpd is hoping that by bringing on more bilingual operators confusion. >> this is charlotte 911, does anyone need police, fire or . >> say i called 911 and hung up on me. reporter: spanish speakers who can't communicate in english have told police it's a
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cmpd 911 has 116 operators but only four speak spanish. and when they're not available, dispatchers have to use off-site interpreters. >> didn't hang up, they're delayed until they find the other call center and call them back, once they do that it's a three-way conversation, so that takes time, and that causes the delay of the units to be dispatched to whenever they are needed. reporter: to cut down on response times and confusion with non-english speakers, the department is hoping to get more qualified bilingual applicants. >> looking for somebody who's going to bring a skill set to enhance our ability to help people. being able to speak another language will enhance the division and the department and help people when they do call in. reporter: at the rate charlotte's latino population is growing, more and more emergency calls will be made in spanish.
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from 2010 to 2012, seen a 22% growth rate. that's unofficial count. more to 40, 45%. reporter: cmpd says there is a cultural barrier they have to overcome as 911 dispatchers. latinos are commonly using landmarks as a way to give directions whereas 911 dispatchers need an address in order to send out crews. live at cmpd, caroline fountain, fox 46 wjzy. kayla: thank you, cmpd says out of 982,000 calls last year, nearly 8,000 requires translator services. the application period for dispatchers will open in april. applicants have to be a u.s. citizen, be 18 years of age, at least, and have passed several job related tests. it was another beautiful day with a lot of sunshine and temperatures in the 70s and here in the studio we are
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brian basham joining us live in uptown from outside of time warner cable arena. brian, you got to bring some of that sunshine back with you. brian: no, i'm hogging it all to myself, kayla. it's beautiful out here. you should be jealous! the sky looks great, the weather feels good, who do i have with me here? >> jeremy. >> logan. brian: logan is going to play charlotte hornet trivia. think about all of the trivia in your head, working things out, thinking about the past. i'm going to do a little weather hit. when i'm done, we'll see if we can win you some stuff. we have a whole bunch of charlotte hornet stuff we're going to see if you can win. take a look the your weather first and talk about the headlines as you think about what's going on over the next couple of days. that great weather, it's going to continue at least through friday. we're going to stay relatively dry. friday a slight chance of rain,
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but the weekend, that's when you bust out the umbrella. strong chances of rain from saturday in through monday, and look at satellite and radar, we today. not having a whole lot going on right now. as we look out towards the west, look out towards texas and to the west of us, big frontal boundary pushing towards our direction, look at your future cast, good news. shouldn't be a major player for us by the time it gets here. as we get into thursday, a little bit of cloud buildup, partly cloudy to mostly cloudy skies, but stay dry and friday, a cold front across the area, that will push through during the morning hours. not to affect our temperatures or weather too much. light chance for rain on friday. now, let's talk temperatures. tonight going to be mild. temperatures down into the mid 50s at 55. keep in mind, we are going to see patchy fog or the chance for patchy fog late tonight in through tomorrow morning, and, if we're going to be looking at
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the upper 70s and see clouds starting to increase as we get into the next couple of days. come back to me, let's get on it, logan. do you have advice for him? >> try hard. brian: before he said don't make us look bad. no pressure, logan. first question, what city were the hornets in before they came here? >> oh, new orleans. brian: there it is! new orleans! all right, all right. here we go. give you a basketball, all right? he got a basketball. next question, next question, what is their current record? >> 34-28. brian: 34-28 is right! all right! here, let's do this. real quick. you need extra hands, put that right on there. next question, who was known as grandma ma. >> do you know?
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brian: let's get you a shirt, dad. after tonight, what is going to be the record of the hornets? >> 35-28. brian: 35-28! do we have another question? who is their very first draft of the hornets? his name sounds like rex chap -- >> oh! rex chapman. brian: nailed it! are you going to have fun >> yeah. brian: how many times have you been to the games. >> zero. brian: how many times have you seen the hornets play? >> never seen the hornets play. seen the bobcats. brian: have you seen them on tv? >> yeah. brian: fair enough. best of luck, take care of the baby and hope you have a great time. in the meantime, let's send it back to you. next time we come back, we're talking about rain on saturday and sunday. bill: certainly looks like a lot of first-time fans out there. that's like the fourth person.
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a million dollars to make dreams of dancing come true. the size of the donation the mccall family made to the charlotte ballet. the donation was announced at the dancing with the stars of charlotte fund-raising event. the money will buy new sets and costumes for the nutcracker. the gift is a farewell present for the artistic director who was retiring after 20 years with the charlotte llet. this is pretty cool. lots of us shoot video on our smartphones, but if you've dreamed of seeing your video on tv want and to get paid for it. listen up, you can make serious money by working with us. fox 46 partnered up with fresco that let's you be a center part of the news gathering process. you download the fresco app and you sign up, when you see news, shoot it and let us know about it or accept an assignment near you and upload your footage. if we use your video on the air, you get paid!
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kayla: still to come, after two violent attacks on campus, what university students are asking the police to do to keep them safe? bill: charlotte teens are dealing with paper problems. why piles of selling mattresses the traditional way isn't the best way. most are made in a large factory, and shipped hundreds of miles to a retailers warehouse, where they're marked up and up before finally selling and delivering them at the original mattress factory we take a straightforward approach. we have eliminated the extra steps and created a direct line from our factory to you.
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. bill: two 20-year-olds are facing charges for allegedly breaking into an area high school. cmpd says robert and vincent woke into west mecklenberg high school early tuesday morning. two of them allegedly stole hundreds of dollars worth of items including food, walkie-talkies and keys. both are charged with felony breaking and entering, larceny and resisting a public officer. kayla: nuisance newspapers are a growing problem for some living in charlotte, talking about the unwanted papers that build up in yards. the daily editions of observer including observer values,
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charlotte news. many have turned to the better business bureau for help and started a petition on there's word tonight a big name industrial company will be making a bigtime investment in our area to the tune of 20 million dollars. atlas cop co is expanding operations in rock hill, the new production facility will be in the river rock area. construction is set to be complete in 2017. they develop and manufacture industrial equipment. the company has more than 44,000 employees worldwide, and 125 different locations in the u.s. >> there are new calls for more safety measures after a winthrop university student was robbed on campus. it happened behind margaretnance residence hall. several students started online petition asking campus police to make sure an emergency phone
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residence hall. meeting will be held with university leaders to talk about safety issues as well as that petition. kayla: south carolina state university continues search tonight for a permanent president. board of trustees met for hours tuesday to discuss their search but no action or votes were taken. leaders hope to find a presidential candidate by may. the past president was removed by the previous board of trustees. the financially troubled school was on the verge of being temporarily shut down last year. bill: south carolina governor nicky haily wants to end taxes on military benefits. the plan would cost the state $33 million each year. opposers argue the idea isn't a good tax policy because it narrows the tax base. supporters say it will attract military retirees looking for a second job after they've earned a pension for serving 20 years in uniform. >> the chemicals that are thought to be carcinogens. kayla: it's a popular surface
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concerned. the truth behind rubber turf and if it's hurting your child? that's when we return.. brian: listen, i'm hanging out with my new buddy jade. how are you doing? >> good. brian: getting ready to go int the hornets game.
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to rain t . bill: welcome back. the norm for many playing fields, the use of artificial turf. a big change at a north carolina sports complex might make consumers think twice before they hit the ground running. jenna caiazzo explains why. reporter: makes for easy cleanup, upkeep and greenfields all year long, but could it be deadly? >> there's been a lot of health concerns that have come up, related to the rubber and the products that offgas and come
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reporter: studies have shown that the rubber making up artificial turf to rip it all up and replace it, but movement has environmentalists in our region thinking twice. >> it's not just happening in asheville, it's happening in my home state of connecticut has looked at it, and they've torn up fields and other areas are starting to see there might be drawbacks associated with that or risks associated with that they don't necessarily want to take. reporter: the rubber is made from recycled car tires and called crumrubber. a common infill and can be found at playgrounds that use rubber mulch in equipment. >> there are chemicals that are carcinogens, phenols, other products like that, that will offgas and come up out of the tire, out of the rubber mulch.
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and fields like revolution park in charlotte use rubber pellets on fields and mulch, and environmentalists and inspectors like paul king say it's up to the individual to decide if the risk is worth the reward? >> there's a lot of concerns that are coming up with the product and what the health concerns that are related with it. reporter: jenna caiazzo, fox 46 wjzy. bill: no word whether or not any turf fields or rubber mulch playgrounds will be changed any time soon in our area. kayla: 75 in the charlotte area and looks like it's going stay a warm night. chief meteorologist brian basham is out in uptown enjoying all that warm weather. brian, you were saying it looks like rain on the way, though? brian: there is rain, but again, the good news is, it is nice for tonight. if it does start to rain tonight. i have the twin towers next to
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we're getting ready to head into the game. listen guys, i'm going to do weather and talk to you, before we do, i wanted to have a cool cheer heading into weather. can you do one for me? >> here we go, everybody clap your hands! >> i like that. we're going to do that before every weather. let's do weather here first and come back and talk to these fellows. let's go daylight saving time. i want you to explain what it is to the folks. >> daylight saving time when you spring forward, you move your clock an hour ahead. brian: what time are we going to do that? >> this weekend, 2:00. brian: in the morning, right? >> in the morning. brian: do you sleep an extra hour or lose it? >> you lose it. brian: let's talk temperatures right now, if you are thinking about heading out. we're sitting in the upper 60s, 70s in the region, it is very,
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as you look at the futurecast, keep in mind, we've got the -- see the arrows pointing from the south, warm air is going to continue to blow in here, but a cold front that's going to push in on friday. the cold front is not very strong, a little chance of rain friday, a better chance on saturday and sunday. see the low pressure system to the south? that's going to scoot through. a chance of thunderstorms on sunday. 50% chance, we see that happen. now, let's talk about lose tonight. relatively mild. mountain 40s. 50s across the lowlands. upper 60s in the mountains and the lowlands hit in the mid to upper 70s. doesn't look like anybody is going to hit 80. want to check out the seven-day forecast for you real quickly. now listen on monday, we're going to be at 77. warm to 79 on friday. a slight chance of showers friday, at 20%.
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not expecting a lot of rain, cool off to the 70s and sunday does have the chance for thunderstorms. a 50% chance. not expecting that to turn severe. we'll see some of that rain hang over into monday. hit 72 both those days and clear out right back up into the mid and upper 70s. let's get back to the guys right here. you come to the games often. >> very often. we're part of a ten-game package. four guys bought season tickets together. we've been doing it four years. brian: what's the big game you're looking forward to? >> tonight is a big game, too. we've been on a roll, and every game for the hornets is a big game. brian: listen, they're doing good. they're in sixth place here. on the playoff hunt, you think they're going to make playoffs? >> i think so. brian: what do you think the final record is? over 45, wing over 45. >> i would say. brian: right about there, right? did you ever play ball growing up? >> i did.
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>> i played center. brian: how about you? >> i played every position, good athlete, football and basketball. brian: you're not bragging, you're just good. what can you do? >> what can you say? brian: it is what it is. just to let you know, i'm about 6'5". 7' 8". i appreciate you coming to visit me, what do you think the final score is tonight? >> they'll win by 7 points. brian: fair enough, there you have it. you don't need to watch the game. all right, we're going to send it back to the studio. kayla: i have to say, i'm not going to start cheering before brian's toss until he can figure out how to get rid of rain on the weekends. you can make money working with us.
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. kayla: there's potentially troubling news out of a zika research and development meeting in geneva. a world health organization official says insecticide spraying has not stopped the spread of dengue fever carried by the same mosquito as zekea. it is a global emergency. more than 40 countries reported
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it's being linked with neurological problems as well as birth defects where babies are born with smaller than usual heads. bill: voters in four more states have thanked who they want in the white house. doug mckel way tells us of the next big contest which involves us in north carolina next tuesday. >> we will win the election easily. reporter: trump solidified front-runner status in the republican race, the clear winner three of four states last night. michigan, mississippi and hawaii. the one state trump did not take was idaho which went to senator ted cruz, winning idaho with 45% of the vote and taking second in michigan and mississippi. the result, making this look more and more like a two-man race. >> we continued narrowing this field, it is now clear as we've got some 361 delegates that
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that have a credible path to the nomination. reporter: john kasich and marco rubio are focusing on home states which are winner-take-all contests in next tuesday's all-important primaries. >> i believe that when we win next tuesday. >> i need your help next tuesday. we're not just going to win the florida primary. we're going to win florida in november and turn this country around. reporter: as for the dems, hillary clinton gets a chance to redeem herself when she faces democratic rival in the latest debate. this one in the key state of florida where both candidates are expected to make their pitch to miami's large latino community. >> i want to knock down every barrier that stands in the way. reporter: speaking of florida where the gop has 99 delegates up for grabs, a new poll shows donald trump leading with 38%
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in washington, doug mckelway fox news. bill: trump and clinton took their campaigns through north carolina. trump spoke to supporters in fayetteville. early voting in north carolina is going to end saturday. both the democratic and republican primaries are set for next tuesday. kayla: three days of mourning for former first lady nancy reagan began today. members of the armed services carried her casket into the ronald reagan presidential library in california. the public is being allowed to pay respects today and tomorrow. reagan's funeral is scheduled for friday and will be closed to the public. she died sunday at home at the age of 94. send it on over to anthony flores with sports. >> talking college basketball. another exciting afternoon,
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duke blue devils at the this is a letter from someone who's here. she has to take a brand name drug. been taking it since the early 1980's. at that time it cost approximately $180 for 10 shots. the latest refill was $14.700 for the same 10 vials and the company is called valeant pharmaceuticals. i'm going after them. this is predatory pricing and we're going to make sure it is stopped.
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. >> it's official! charles johnson is back with the panthers. panthers tweeted out this picture earlier today of johnson re-signing with the team. a one-year deal worth $3 million. johnson reportedly turned down other offers from other teams worth $6 million in order to return to the panthers. the 29-year-old johnson was released after nine seasons with carolina. he ranks second in team history with 63 1/2 sacks. the panthers also re-signed
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nearly $4 million. tolbert earned pro bowl and all-pro honors. scored four total touchdowns and helped pave the way for running back jonathan stewart. he can dance as well. tolbert joined the panthers in 2012. he turned down a bigger payday to stay in carolina. >> at the end of the day it's what is best for my family. carolina is home. i went to coastal carolina. played here four years. now about to be six. it feld right to stay and finish what we didn't do last year. >> now to basketball, and duke survives a spirited upset effort from nc state to advance in the acc tournament. the blue devils swept the regular season series from the wolfpack. state up one. cat barber hits the pullup
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nc state up three at the break. grayson allen nails the three-pointer. so duke begins to pull away. nine-point lead, but not so fast. cody martin ties the game with the short jumper, under two minutes to go. both teams battling tough, and off the miss. marshall plumlee gets the rebound, the putback and one. duke up three. under 30 seconds left. barber trying to create, he drives and turns it over. 92-89. >> 1:00 in the afternoon for basketball, state. we both played so well. just both teams are so difficult to stop. our guys, this is the best we've played offensively in three weeks. extremely proud, we've got a
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they kept coming, they kept trying, and we come up with a play or two short. >> duke will face notre dame on thursday. in the nba, the charlotte hornets shooting for fifth win in a row when they host new orleans. new orleans have been hot winning ten of the last 12. sixth in the eastern playoff conference race, a half game behind atlanta. we'll have the highlights on the news at 10:00. >> vroom, vroom. goodyear wrapped up a two-day tire test. martin truex, jr., astin mcmillan were testing to see which combinations produce the best racing when the ten days of nascar comes in may. >> a lot of unknowns when you come to charlotte, it could be 25 degrees or it could be 80. so the fact that it was warm, we thought that really helped
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that were getting to test, because the track did slow down quite a bit yesterday afternoon. that makes it much more realistic to what we'll have in may. >> the crew chief for martin truex, jr. will miss this week's race. he was suspended one race and find $50,000 for illegal roof flaps in atlanta motor speedway. he appealed the penalty allowing him to lead the team last week in las vegas but has withdrawn the appeal. he was placed on probation for a similar violation at daytona. >> just a little bump in the road. i think we've got a really strong team, and i think we're prepared for this weekend. not having cole in the garage or the pit box on sunday. appreciate todd helping to help
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room. spent a year working together. he'll do a good job calling the race for us. >> if you haven't heard, our new nascar show, "around the track." will air 2:30 sunday. we'll have analysis and the world of motor sports. looking for story selling mattresses the traditional way isn't the best way. most are made in a large factory, and shipped hundreds of miles to a retailers warehouse, where they're marked up and up before finally selling and delivering them at the original mattress factory we take a straightforward approach. we have eliminated the extra steps and created a direct line from our factory to you.
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if you're doing everything right but find it harder and harder to get by, you're not alone. while our people work longer hours for lower wages, almost all new income goes to the top 1%. my plan -- make wall street banks and the ultrarich pay their fair share of taxes, provide living wages for working people, ensure equal pay for women. i'm bernie sanders. i approve this message because together, we can make a political revolution and create an economy and democracy that works for all and not just the powerful few. look, i know you're a cow and all. and you may not know what i'm talking about,
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. bill: all right, fans of country music star lee bryce, we have a treat for you. bryce is having a parking lot party at charlotte motor speedway for the coca-cola 600 prerace concert scheduled for may 29th. you can head over to, if you'd like information how to get your hands on tickets. the music industry is mourning the loss of a legend. sir george martin, producer of the beatles passed away. martin's manager said he died peacefully at his house in london. he helped shape the beatles into the world's biggest band. he was often referred to as the fifth beatle and served as
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mentor to the fab four. during six decade career in the music industry, he produced almost all of the beatles' recordings. named by guinness world records as the most successful producer ever. kayla: tonight you can see the return of rosewood at 8:00 on fox 46. that will be followed at 9:00 by hell's kitchen and immediately after that, stick around for a recap of the top stories and headlines on "fox 46 news" at 10:00. st she says their names. trayvon martin shot to death. dontre hamilton unarmed. sandra bland... did nothing wrong. and makes their mothers' fight for justice her own. she speaks for a city poisoned by indifference. we need action now. and stands with the president against those who would undo his achievements. just like she's always...stood with us. hillary clinton.
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. brian: welcome back, everybody. listen, we're out here live at the hornets game in uptown. i've got short sleeves on. it feels fantastic out here. there's a chance you will be wearing short sleeves after the game. 60s and 70s and we're going to stay warm over the next seven days. bill and kayla. you got to get out here if you can. bill: i wish we could after the show. kayla: thanks for rubbing it in! >> thank you for joining us
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here tonight atbo`oarents say to me? "that's too much cologne." "that's how girls end up dead." "don't talk black to me." "it's inappropriate because she's your teacher." how do you even talk black? like, end words with "izzle"? alex: it's talk back, you idiot. oh. "act more like an adult." what does "act more like an adult" even mean? [ laughing ] look at you. you're soaked. that is so lame! you're the one who wanted to do it! what are you two doing? i picked up one of those water weasels. you hook it on the end of the hose and it flies around in the air. a weasel. [ laughing ] yeah, look at how awesome. he's so wet. i put the weasel in my pants. [ hmm, very difficult to say. um, i don't know. up fi-- ow. what's wrong? a little -- a little twinge. sweetie, are you okay? yeah.
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maybe the firemen will come. no, no! no. no. no! give me it! the firemen in our town have a reputation for do i resent that? of course not. these guys are my friends. i play basketball with them. i bake for them. jay: come on! let's go! let's go! we're coming. manny, it's inappropriate because she's your teacher. what's the big deal, anyway? it's a surprise, you'll see. oh, my god! gloria: jay, you didn't! yes, i did. i got us into that new benihana. huh? they got a chef there that can flip a shrimp into his own hat. what the hell? dad! there's my boy! [ laughs ] what the hell is he doing here? jay. no, he was supposed to pick up manny yesterday and disappointed him again, as usual. now he just sails in here out of the blue? i don't like the guy. do i have reasons? yeah. good reasons? yeah. how many reasons do i need? none.


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